Cybersecurity has become a hot and growing practice area for many law firms. Yet, despite the record high demand for experienced privacy and cyber-attorneys, cybersecurity law is still experiencing a shortage of talent.

While that shortage can be explained by the newness of this area of law, it’s also perpetuated by the misperception that legal professionals need extensive tech skills to practice cybersecurity law.

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